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CD371AB76BD8C0668725824F006C0F22 Hearing Summary


Date Mar 13, 2018      
Location LSB A

HB18-1184 - Committee Discussion Only

01:40:19 PM  
Representatives Exum and Lawrence introduced
House Bill 18-1184.  
As introduced,
the bill creates the Colorado Next Generation 911 board
study the implementation of a Next Generation 911 system in Colorado.  Amendment
L.001, a strike below amendment, was distributed to the committee [Attachment
A].  Amendment L.001 requires the Public Utilities Commission to annually
publish a "state of 911" report and submit the report to the
members of the General Assembly.
01:43:13 PM  
The bill sponsors responded to questions from the committee regarding the original bill and amendment L.001.
01:46:39 PM  
Roberta Robinette, AT&T, testified in favor of the bill as introduced. She spoke regarding concerns about amendment L.001.
01:51:33 PM  

Michael Nelson, Comcast/Xfinity, testified regarding concerns with amendment L.001, and in support of the introduced bill.  He responded to questions from the committee.

01:57:48 PM  
Doug Dean, Public Utilities Commission, testified regarding amendment L.001.
02:00:01 PM  
Kevin Klein, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, testified regarding the original bill and amendment L.001.
02:02:01 PM  
Joseph Benkert, Boulder 911, testified
regarding amendment L.001 and the stakeholder process that developed the
02:05:12 PM  
The bill was laid over for action at a
later date.

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